Enter our Fair contests
Diaper Derby among fair highlights
XCS receives prestigious audit award
Fair entertainment suitable for all
Xenia schools announce free lunch policy
- Enter our Fair contests - 8:46 am
- Diaper Derby among fair highlights - 8:46 am
- Making a difference - 8:46 am
- XCS receives prestigious audit award - 8:45 am
- Fair entertainment suitable for all - 8:45 am
- WPAFB seeking event volunteers - 8:13 am
- Dayton native promoted to evening co-anchor - 8:13 am
- Xenia schools announce free lunch policy - 3:59 pm
- GMH now has state-of-the-art camera - 3:58 pm
- Board not ready to name interim superintendent - 3:58 pm
- 7 local choir students in All-Ohio State Fair Choir - 10:22 am
- Beavercreek children killed in crash - 4:42 pm
- Former Xenia city manager remembered - 4:42 pm
- CSU social work program accredited - 4:42 pm
- She survived - 4:41 pm
- County 4-Hers go to leadership camp - 3:00 pm
- Beyond the hot dog - 2:59 pm
- Soin presents Sounds of Summer - 2:58 pm
- Police investigating sex offenses at Beavercreek nursing home - 2:37 pm
- Splash time at Xenia Station - 9:49 am
- Wright State University President Dr. Cheryl Schrader looking forward to future of institution - 9:47 am
- CU best Christian College in Ohio for law-related degrees - 4:23 pm
- IHS closes retail doors - 4:02 pm updated: 9:48 am.
- CSU named HBCU of the year - 4:25 pm
- Schrader meets with SCC, UD leaders - 4:25 pm
Board not ready to name interim superintendent
XENIA — The Xenia Community School District Board of Education has turned its focus to outside candidates in an effort to find an interim superi...
7 local choir students in All-Ohio State Fair Choir
COLUMBUS — Seven choir students from Greene County will perform this year at the Ohio State Fair as a part of the All-Ohio State Fair Band and C...
Beavercreek children killed in crash
CLAY COUNTY, Ind. — Two children who recently moved to the O’Fallon area from Ohio were killed and their mother and another sibling were i...
Former Xenia city manager remembered
XENIA — A former Xenia city manager, who served during the 1974 tornado, has died.Robert D. Stewart Jr., 87, died July 18 in Xenia.He was born J...
CSU social work program accredited
WILBERFORCE — Central State University’s social work program has been awarded accreditation from the Council on Social Work Education̵...
BEAVERCREEK — Kaylee Berro wasn’t supposed to live.She was born six weeks premature.At two days old, she was barely longer than a dress sh...
Committing getting out of hand
The college sports committing process has finally hit Level Insane.What, pray tell is Level Insane?Go to Twitter, or MyFace, Spacebook or whatever the...
Scouts split with Cincinnati
XENIA — The Xenia Scouts needed 10 innings before they could score a run, in Friday’s July 14 doubleheader split with the visiting Cincinn...
Raiders on NABC Honors Court
FAIRBORN — The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) announced July 14 the 2016-17 NABC Honors Court, recognizing those men’s ...
Shatto Memorial Saturday at Shady BowlDEGRAFF — Shady Bowl Speedway will host twin 55-lap Late Model features in honor of the late Denny Shatto ...
Club offering summer rowing campsDAYTON — The Dayton Boat Club will be holding a second introduction to rowing camp this summer for youth in Gra...
Bowl 10 hosting PBA 50 pro tournament
FAIRBORN — Many of the nation’s top bowlers, including one considered among the best of all time, will compete July 18-20 at Bowl 10 Lanes...
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Murrells celebrate 60 years
XENIA — Jerald and Janet (Garringer) Murrell celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 8.The couple was married in 1957 at the Bowersville ...
The pink lunchbox saga brings back memories
I’ve always dreamt of being a schoolteacher. As a little girl I imagined what it would be like to teach the lower graders, watching them learn t...
Shootin’ southern style
Perhaps it is a sign of aging but it seems I like old things - old dogs, old cars and in this case old shotguns. Nostalgia for the way things used to ...
Confectionately Yours: Vacation Bible School
In the small Southern town where I grew up, many opportunities for Vacation Bible School were offered.Rather than compete, the various denominations s...
Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Parks upcoming events
BELLBROOK — The Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Parks will host a variety of upcoming programs held at the Community Center, 2751 Washington Mill Road. Cal...
Let’s Play BLARCSEB
All the recent rainy weather around here suggests lots of opportunities to create indoor activities for the family beyond the wacky world of texts, tw...
Remembering Charles Reams
BOWERSVILLE — Dr. Charles Reams practiced medicine in the Bowersville area for more than fifty years. He always wanted to be a doctor, but first...
History of the Jamestown Lions Club
Chances are if you think about Lions Club International, the first thing which comes to mind is their philanthropic use of discarded eyeglasses. Nearl...
1984 at the grocery store
Wall Street analysts tell us that Amazon’s $14 billion buyout of Whole Foods isn’t only a win-win for both of them, but also for consumers...
Facing the assault on civil rights
The Trump administration has launched an unprecedented rollback of civil rights and voting rights. Those who care about building a more perfect union ...
Voter fraud commission very quickly runs into roadblocks
One of democracy’s best protections against blatantly preposterous proposals is that the perpetrators inevitably go too far. In the case of Pres...